Sturge Weber Syndrome is an inherent condition portrayed by an intracranial vascular irregularity, leptomeningeal angiomatosis, frequently including the occipital and parietal projections. The peculiarity can influence both cerebral sides of the equator.
An ipsilateral facial cutaneous narrow vascular abnormality for the most part influences the upper face in the V1 dissemination of the trigeminal nerve.
Different discoveries incorporate glaucoma, buphthalmos, growth of the choriod plexus and seizures.
Hemiparesis, hemiatrophy, hemianopia and strokelike occasions may happen contralateral to the cortical variation from the norm.
Venous stasis brings about ischemia fundamental the leptomeningeal angiomatosis prompting to calcification and laminar cortical putrefaction.